You Will Definitely Love Sushi Boy’s New Must-Try Items

Sushi Boy, Cebu’s favorite Japanese-inspired restaurant, is kick-starting the year with some great, exciting news. On top of its already impressive selection of maki, sushi, rice bowls, sashimi, yakimono, and a whole lot more, Sushi Boy has added three new amazing dishes that will surely make it to your favorites list.

Like the rest of Sushi Boy’s long list of sumptuous Japanese dishes, the three new items are made from the best ingredients, prepared fresh, and (most of all) pretty affordable.


About Sushi Boy

Sushi Boy is located at Ouano Avenue, NRA , Subangdaku, Mandaue City. Sitting right next to the famed Cafe Racer, the restaurant is frequented by those who prefer to enjoy their favorite Japanese dishes in a more relaxed and comfortable setting.

photo by Issa

Sushi Boy’s enclosed dining area on the second floor is a mix of glass and steel. Who would’ve ever thought it would look this cool and cozy?

photo by Issa

The restaurant is 101 sqm wide and is big enough to comfortably sit over a hundred guests.

photo by Issa

And at night, it transforms into a nice al fresco diner which is perfect for dinner dates, fun gatherings, or even family night outs.

Sushi Boy’s bestselling selections include Gyudon, Ramen-Tantan, Gyoza, and California Maki.

photo by Issa


New Dishes

Check out Sushi Boy’s new creations. These new dishes are all-time Japanese favorites with traces of western influence to make the taste modern and up to date.

CHICKEN KARAAGE

SPICY TUNA SISIG

TUNA SALPICAO


New Branch

You can now soon sample your favorite Sushi Boy dishes at other locations! Sushi Boy is set to open its second branch at the Garden Bloc of the Cebu IT Park in Lahug, Cebu City.


To know more about Sushi Boy and their wide array of Japanese-inspired dishes, visit their official Facebook page HERE. You may also follow their updates on Instagram HERE.

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